Rated 4.7 out of 5
4.7 Stars out of 5
- by Firefox user 11640498, 2 years agoRated 5 out of 5It is an excellent add-on!
Thank you and congratulations to the Dev!
Also thank you to the Dev, for answering my questions at Github.
I was using Containers in Firefox without add-ons. But only after installing Temporary-Containers that I understood the usability of this add-on. It is tremendously productive to have an add-on that automatically opens everything in Containers, and after "x" minutes after using the Container (closing Tab), the same add-on automatically cleans all the mess, all the cookies, webgarbage, everything. All the process is automatic... very nice.
By the way, all the Dev' explanations in the main page, also are very useful. Specially the comparison with other methods.
Again, thanks to the Dev!
- by Firefox user 13912740, 2 years agoRated 5 out of 5Everything was fixed thanks to your update. I spent so much time trying different settings to make it work, but it was a well invested time since it helped you fix it. 5 stars of course ! (and thank you for your work)
I find this addon excellent but I don't understand why it opens two tabs at the same time when I open links from a permanent container.
Example: I'm on Twitter [permanent container: Social medias] and Leftclick on a tweet redirecting to a medium article. It opens a new tab in [social medias] but also a temp container. It works fine if middle click/CMD+L. It's solved when I enable the multi container support. But now the new problem is that then when I do a search on duckduck, (e.g: linkedin), if I right click and do "open in [work container]" then it forces firefox to open it in a temp container, and not my [work]…
Config in global isolation:
M Mouse: always
CMD+L Mouse: always
L Mouse: only if does not match
Automatic mode: on
Developer responseposted 2 years agoGlad you like the Add-on and Thanks for reporting your Left Mouse Click Issue. I've checked and this is a regression from an earlier version - this used to work, but it wasn't unfortunately covered with a test. Fixed it and released version 0.84, should now work as expected.
If you enable Multi-Account Containers Isolation you really only can load URLs in Containers if they're assigned. So it might happen that you try to e.g. open "example.com" in a Container, while only "www.example.com" is assigned. I'll try to enhance visibility over what is assigned and a way of adding new MAC assignments directly in the future.
Hope that helps. If something still doesn't work as expected or something else pops up, I'd encourage you to open a new Issue on GitHub: https://github.com/stoically/temporary-containers/issues
- by Firefox user 13262486, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5Well made containers extension, it will be exciting to see the development for this extension. I also appreciate the effort you put into the description it's very informative.
- by mr_johnson22, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5What a great way to make Containers even more useful! It's essentially a multi-container version of Private Browsing.
This extension is just about as good as it can be. Great work.
- by Firefox user 13616956, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5Just amazing! Thanks to the developers for creating this and making it open source, not to be critical with other projects but why would you create a privacy enhancing project and hide your code? Anyway, this project is amazing, so glad I found it.
It makes having independent containers for every link/website you open really convenient, the improvement in privacy is huge.